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The majority of Muslims break their fast with dates in different countries of the world because of its high nutritional value which is suitable for fasting and is considered one of the Sunnah (traditions) of the Prophet. You will find that Muslims buy dates in abundance before the month of Ramadan so that it is …
Hisham Talaat Moustafa Group has launched a new song for the Madinaty city.
lanterns were used by women on their way to the mosques, and they are led by a young man, so that the passers-by will notice that there are women on the road, and give them right of way.
Egyptian veteran female artist, Mohsena Tawfik, passed away on Monday at the age of 79, leaving behind a legacy of drama shows, and millions of loving fans and loyal followers. Tawfik, known for her roles as a dedicated mother and the girl next door when she was at younger, captured peoples’ hearts from the very …
The Mesaharaty transformed from a mere person accompanied by a child to carry the lantern into a band of several people carrying tambourines and playing tunes chanting with each band.
Model, dancer, humanitarian icon was also known for empowering women, supporting their inner beauty
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Muslims around the world celebrate on Monday the beginning of Ramadan. One of the most important religious events is the night of Roaya (moon sighting), and it marks the last night in the month of Sha’ban, and the beginning of Ramadan. Fasting Ramadan is linked to three moon sighting nights: the first is of Sha’ban, …
Discovery of pyramids’ builders cemetery reveal to whole world that pyramids were not built by slaves, but its builders had built their tombs beside their Kings, says Hawas
“I make every lantern and doll with my own hands, pay attention to smallest details, process of sewing cloths,” says artist
“It is a tradition. No one can start Ramadan without getting a new Fanoos” says merchant
Egypt joined on Tuesday the world’s celebration of the 8th International Jazz Day organised by the UNESCO to honour the popular music genre. Egypt will celebrate the event by holding a concert for the Baghdadi Big Band led by Maestro Magdy Baghdadi at Cairo Opera House. The Jazz Day is witnessed by 190 countries across …
Artist is fascinated by deciphering ancient Egyptian methods of process painting, coding of compelling visual narratives
Out of expected 300 tombs in area, Egyptian archaeologists found 25 tombs over past four years, says mission head
After a long journey of enriching the cultural scene in Egypt with his translations and chronicles, historian and translator Bachir El-Sebaie passed away on Sunday at the age of 75. The ministry of culture mourned on Monday the veteran historian, stating that he was one of the literature and translation pillars in the country. In …
Born in 1911, Egyptian national artist Salah Taher has lived through many important periods of world history and modern Egyptian milestones. Among many impressive years of work and created collections, Taher is well known for his ‘tribal communities’ series, where the artist masterfully and romantically combined human figurative outlines with the layered and flowing fabric …
Shiha’s signature style is skilful combination of painting, sculptural technique, using material such as engravings, rocks, human figurines
When you have any sort of injury, you are forced to listen to your body, which is reflected in your art productions, says choreographer
“Music is a language without words, we were betting on the rhythms and the music-as always-to break all boundaries and present the beauty of our culture and the happiness it brings,” says organiser
“We are in a sexist society that labelled the genre as macho, and I believe women conform to that standard as they believe it would not make them sexy enough” says lead singer
Industry no longer one-way, it is two-way where customer is in charge, leads conversation, says founder
As winter bids farewell to Egypt, leaving the space to spring, the Egyptians let go of one of their most favourite winter fruits, which is mandarin. The orange-lookalike fruit is considered one of the closest fruits to Egyptians’ hearts which almost all people anticipate its arrival. Cultivated locally, mandarin is considered one of the top …